Host the Best Super Bowl Party in Westchester

If you are a foodie like me, you are hosting the best Super Bowl Party in Westchester. Even if your team isn’t playing, it’s a great opportunity to gather family and friends to watch the big game (and a great excuse to experiment with some fun recipes in the kitchen). But take it from me—the hostess with the mostest—it’s always nice to have a few items ready to pick up so you can concentrate on the fun stuff.

Here are the game day VIPs—aka the BEST resources in Westchester—playing a supportive role to the action in the kitchen:

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BEER

Head To: Yonkers Brewing Co.
Super Bowl Special:
You can catch the game on the big screens at the brewery on Feb. 5th, but the brewery is offering 15% off growlers to go on Saturday and Sunday.
IntoxiKate Recommends: The Vienna Lager
Go: 92 Main Street in Yonkers, www.yonkersbrewing.com

 

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For great recipes, decoration ideas, and more, check out IntoxiKate’s Super Bowl board on Pinterest.

 

3-FOOT HERO

Head To: DeCicco & Sons 
Super Bowl Special: DeCicco & Sons catering division has a host of options and packages to feed your football fans, but their signature hero sandwiches—available by the foot—are a crowd pleaser. Take me to the full menu.
IntoxiKate Recommends: The DeCicco’s special offers all-natural, antibiotic and hormone-free chicken cutlets with fresh, handmade mozzarella and roasted peppers housed in freshly-baked Italian bread.
Order: For the location closest to you, visit www.deciccoandsons.com.

 

6-FOOT (TALL) HERO

Head To: Empire City Casino
Super Bowl Special: Okay, so it’s not food. But if you’re a Giants fan, you don’t want to miss former legend David Tyree in the casino’s Entertainment Lounge at 5:30 p.m. on game day. The first 100 guests get to mingle with Tyree and score a signed mini football.
IntoxiKate Recommends: Dan Rooney’s Sports Pub is offering a $35 per person buffet menu (don’t miss their wings!) paired with $5 Bud and Bud Light drafts.
Go: 810 Yonkers Avenue in Yonkers, www.empirecitycasino.com

{UPDATE:  The biggest stage to watch the biggest game of the year is Empire City Casino with New York Giants Legends Justin Tuck and Stephen Baker. Both will be stopping by the premier entertainment destination in the Northeast to host a viewing party on Sunday when the Atlanta Falcons take on the New England Patriots for all the marbles.  Tuck and Baker are filling in for David Tyree who had a last-minute conflict.}

 

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CHARCUTERIE

Head To: Siegel Bros. Marketplace
Super Bowl Special: The newbie on the Mount Kisco block is bringing some serious game, offering a whole menu full of football favorites like wings, pulled pork, onion dip, and rotisserie chicken prepped by onsite Chef David Nevins. But give your charcuterie a huge boost with their selection of cheeses and smoked meats. One step in, and the smells of blue cheeses and parmesan will have your mouth watering… Seriously.
Bonus: Swing by the neighboring wine and spirits shop to stock your bar.
Order: 39 S. Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco, 914-864-0690, www.siegelbrosmarketplace.com

 

TACOS

Head To: The Taco Project
Super Bowl Special: The Tarrytown eatery is a great spot to grab some Mexican food, but they also allow you to build your own tacos by the tray. Choose your protein—chicken, steak, beef, fish, shrimp, pork belly, short rib, chorizo, or veggie—and let the team do the rest.
Bonus: Burritos, quesadillas, chips, salsa, and guacamole are also available!
Order: 18 Main Street in Tarrytown, 914-909-4455, www.thetacoprojectny.com

 

polpettina super bowl

PIZZA

Head To: Polpettina
Super Bowl Special: Today’s the last day to order Polpettina’s “Next Level Snack” package. For $195, you receive meatballs, Korean0style spicy wings, their signature eggplant chips, sandwiches, and four growlers.
Bonus: Polpettina’s pizza game is strong. You can build your own creation or try one of their signature pies (three words: back mission fig).
Order: 102 Fisher Avenue in Eastchester (914-961-0061) or 147 Larchmont Avenue in Larchmont (914-341-1460), www.polpettina.com

 

(FREE) MUNCHIES

Head To: Ben’s Restaurant and Delicatessen
Super Bowl Special: Ben’s offers more than a few big game packages featuring sandwiches, wings and wraps.
Bonus: Order for 12 people of more, and receive four dozen hors d’oeuvres including pigs in a blanket, mini potato knishes, spinach knishes, or kasha knishes free ($28 value).
Order: 718 Central Park Avenue in Scarsdale, 914-468-2367, www.bensdeli.net

 

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HEALTHY OPTIONS

Head To: Got Thyme
Super Bowl Special: The shop has plenty of delicious prepared options on their regular menu, but devised a pretty amazing Super Bowl menu perfect for game day.
Bonus: Vegetable chili with quinoa, trio of guacamole, baked cauliflower bites… Do I need to go on? And trust me on this one—at Got Thyme, healthy is paired with DELICIOUS flavors. Guests will not be disappointed.
Order: 1282 North Avenue in New Rochelle, 914-355-4700, www.gotthymewestchester.com

 

sherry b super bowl

DESSERT

Head To: Sherry B Dessert Studio
Super Bowl Special: This giant football s’more serves 6-8 people. Two “scratch-made” graham crackers sandwich vanilla marshmallows before it’s toasted to perfection with melted chocolate ($59).
Bonus: S’mores not your thing? Pastry guru Sherry Blockinger has a host of delicious cookies, blondies, and brownies to satisfy the sweet tooth in the crowd.
Order: 65 King Street in Chappaqua, 914-238-8300, www.sherryb.com

 

Photo courtesy of Sherry B Dessert Studio.

 

By | 2017-02-03T12:48:22+00:00 February 2nd, 2017|craft beer, eat + drink, entertaining, westchester|0 Comments